Bonito Buenos Aires, San Telmo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBonito Buenos Aires, San Telmo
Wonderfull bed & breakfast! The rooms all have a special character and the house has a lot of very fine old details. Breakfast is good, sweet breads and cheese etc. fresh fruit and fresh orange juice and coffee. Be aware it is not a 5-star hotel and things are preserved in original style so it can be a bit rickety tickety but we think that that is the charm. Stayed in room Louise, lovely heigh ceiling and private terras.
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... the whole bill if you get there early enough. Superb. The steak and red wine are all they're hyped up to be in Buenos Aires and we certainly had our fair share! If I lived here I'm pretty sure I'd be quite fat... Tango is the other world famous activity to check out here and we did so in the basement of Cafe Tortoni- the oldest cafe in BA (supposedly...)- and enjoyed the elegant dancing and the bizarre skipping rope percussion act over a bottle of red. We were ready to move on ...
... festivities. I think Argentines love rallies almost as much as they love soccer. http://www.dakar.com/index_DAKus.html The flight to Bariloche was delayed a bit but otherwise smooth. Aerolineas Argentinas has a fleet of new Boeing 737's and they are decked out! I napped and woke up in time to see the mountains coming into view. Pretty spectacular. Landed in Bariloche, I was glad to have Saturday's drama behind me. So I thought... 1/4 From Bariloche, Argentina - Northern ...
... br> and as much as you liked. (Similarly, sushi, fish, seafood…) Dawn hated it but enjoyed
the fresh buns, salads, desserts, Coke and window seat.
Next we went to La Boca, a
famous, now poorer part of town, one of two ancient areas (the other one being
the historic tango area of San Telmo.)
A few blocks of it, called the Caminito, had colourful (left over paint) houses
and its cobblestone streets ...
... a very pretty city. Saturday 6th September: yesterday we flew to buenos aires then drove about two hours out to an estancia, monte viejo. The place is absolutely stunning, an old Spanish-style ranch with incredibly beautiful rooms and amazing surrounds. Unfortunately it's been raining fairly heavily so we've been a bit restricted in what we've been able to do. Our flight yesterday morning was delayed due to bad weather so ...
... to see the march of Las Madres de la Plaza de Mayo who have been gathering every Thursday at 3:30 pm there in front of the Casa Rosada (The Pink House) where Argentina's president works for more than thirty years. This group of now elderly woman started meeting in 1977 to protest the military dictatorship and its brutal human rights violations that had been endured by their country for a year. They began as a group of fourteen women demanding information about their missing children ...